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YTAA 2018 EXHIBITION STOPS IN ZAGREB, CROATIA!

9 August, 2019

From 28th of August until 15th of September 2019 the works of the YTAA will be displayed at University of Zagreb – Faculty of Architecture.

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In the framework of the EAAE Annual Conference and General Assembly 2019 the new YTAA Expo of the 334 projects nominated during the 2018 edition will open its doors to the public.

The Zagreb EAAE 2019 Annual Conference that will take place from August 28th to August 31st, titled “The Hidden School”, will discuss the quality of architectural education in its broadest sense.

EAAE Annual Conference and General Assembly 2019

YTAA 2018 WINNER, JULIO GOTOR VALCARCEL, WINS A COMPETITION TO BUILD AN INTERVENTION AT MAO.

19 June, 2019

The opening of the architectural intervention “Layers of time” will take place the 20th June at 18.

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As part of the exhibition “We’re Renovating!!!”, Matevž Čelik, director of Museum of Architecture and Design MAO and leader of the Future Architecture platform proposed a competition for an architectural intervention located in the courtyard of the museum.
Among the 10 proposals received by components of the Future Architecture 2019 Call for Ideas, the jury awarded Julio Gotor Valcarcel as winner.
His intervention called “Layers of Time” will be visible from 20th June to 20th October 2019.
For the inauguration of the intervention, on June 20th from 18.00, MAO will organize public discussion and will open the exhibition that will showcase all competition entries.

 

YTAA 2018 EXHIBITION IN GERMANY!

3 May, 2019

From 6th to 31st of May 2019, visit the exhibition of the Young Talent Architecture Award 2018 that will be displayed at Neubrandenburg University of Applied Sciences in Germany.

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The exhibition presents the 334 projects submitted by 451 students from over 118 Schools and 99 cities that were nominated for the Young Talent Architecture Award (YTAA) 2018. This is the second time for the Neubrandenburg University of Applied Sciences hosting the exhibition of the Young Talent Architecture Award, continuing to promote the debate and raising awarness of the Award to its students.